BAGUIO CITY — Binuweltahan ng Danggayan dagiti Mannalon ti Cagayan Valley (Danggayan-CV), ang panrehiyong pormasyon ng magsasaka sa Region 2, ang paninira ng Philippine National Police (PNP) at Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) sa Anakpawis sa rehiyon.
Maris dara ti langit
nga inagek ti ulep.
Aweng ti kaltaang,
Imatang ti ranggas agrurutap
awan sarday, saan a maukas.
the DOJ filed a petition to declare some 600 individuals as terrorists, among those included were priests, United Nations experts, lawyers, environmental activists, human rights defenders, indigenous peoples’ leaders and others. This drew outrage from various groups, statesmen and individuals in the country and abroad who continue to call and demand for the dropping of the DOJ charges, pointing out that the list bearing over 600 names is terribly faulty, unverified and untrue.
These are dangerous times. The atmosphere is intimidating. I have been included in the Depatment of Justice (DOJ) proscription list of alleged “terrorists.” Now, fellow peace advocates, rights defenders and progressive activists are arbitrarily tagged as “terrorists,” too.
BAGUIO CITY – Iti pablaak ti Agustin Begnalen Command – New People’s Army Abra (ABC-NPA), kinundenar ni Diego Wadagan, tagapagsarita ti kumand ti pammaltog ken panangpabettak ti pasabog dagiti elemento ti 24th Infantry Battalion (24th IB) ti Philippine Army iti mano a residente ti Boliney, Abra.
BAGUIO CITY — Members of the City Council unanimously approved a resolution during Monday’s session, March 19, seeking to drop the names of Baguio residents tagged by the Department of Justice as terrorists.
BAGUIO CITY — Cordillera Peoples Alliance founding member and Martial Law activist Joanna Cariño expresses dissent over her inclusion in Duterte’s terrorist list after receiving Pi Sigma Delta Sorority Baguio’s 8th Gawad Bangan Award during the UP Bagyo: Surge Against Tyranny on Friday, March 23.
BAGUIO CITY — Activists tagged in a proscription list by the Department of Justice continue to garner both local and international support.
BAGUIO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte called the Rome statute that established the International Criminal Court (ICC) “bullshit” as he called on other countries to withdraw from the ICC during the graduation rights of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA), March 18.
BAGUIO CITY — International human rights group Amnesty International (AI) slammed the “very poor state of human rights in the country” in a press conference in Baguio City, March 23, Friday.
The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) condemns the harassment and red-baiting tactics being waged by the Government of the Philippines (GPH) to 600 Filipino activists and development workers, including Beverly Longid, one of CPDE co-chairs, and coordinator of International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation.
BAGUIO CITY – Members of the City Council unanimously adopted and passed a resolution during Monday’s session, March 19, seeking to drop the names of Baguio residents tagged by the Department of Justice as terrorists.